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Proventix's nGage™ the Most Widely Used Automated Healthcare Hand Hygiene Monitoring System in the United States
Date:11/29/2011

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Nov. 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Proventix Systems, Inc., today announced its nGage™ system has become the most widely adopted healthcare hand hygiene monitoring system in the United States.  The nGage system has recorded over 4 million total hand cleansings.

Hospitals have experienced an average 105.6% increase in hand hygiene solution dispenses since implementation of the Proventix monitoring system. This improvement in hand hygiene activity has contributed to an average healthcare associated infection (HAI) reduction of over 24% across all Proventix monitored units.  

Proventix's growth demonstrates acceleration in the application of low cost Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) devices for quality based monitoring solutions. Proventix provides active and passive RFID devices and services for quality compliance monitoring and active point of care communication for successful integration into operations.

"The rapid spread of the Proventix nGage system across the nation demonstrates that quantifiable methods of improving quality outcomes are a focus in healthcare," said Harvey Nix, Proventix Chief Executive Officer. "We are quickly developing and exploring nGage's capabilities to monitor other quality events and create healthcare operational efficiencies.  Once we start working with hospitals, we dream together about additional uses to reduce costs and improve quality."

"We achieve rapid infection prevention buy-in with the hand hygiene component, but when we demonstrate the system's flexibility to meet a variety of quality monitoring capabilities, nursing and quality managers quickly recognize the value as well.  Information Technology gets excited because the system's open architecture philosophy meets so many of their challenges," said David Sellers, R.N., Proventix Vice President of Quality Services.  "Evidence of quality will be key for hospita
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